Skip to comments.Saudi Arabian Airlines reportedly refuses Israeli passport holders to purchase tickets
Posted on 07/15/2013 8:42:51 AM PDT by servo1969
The New York Post reported that for customers booking on online, the airlines website has no drop-down menu options for anyone holding an Israeli passport, even though, as the Post pointed out, there is a drop-down menu option for Antarctica citizens. The airline appears to prevent passengers simply looking to transfer in Saudi Arabia to another country, as well.
When a member of de Blasio called the airline --trying to book a ticket from JFK to Mumbai, India -- identifying themselves as an Israeli passport holder, the caller was told by an agent that they would not be able to fly.
Since you have Israeli nationality, you will not be allowed to go on Saudi Airlines, the agent said, after consulting a supervisor.
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Saudi Arabia is our primary problem in the ME..and the Islamic world. They are the source of the money and religion that is driving militant Islam. Most of our politician’s are indebted to them..many of our Universities are indebted to them..etc.
Earlier thread from different source, not duplicate
Nothing new about this.
It used to be that if you wanted to visit the Middle East as a tourist, you had to go to Israel last. Because the Muslim countries wouldn’t let you in if your passport had an Israeli entry stamp in it. I presume that this is still the case.
Used to need two different passports, one for business travel to Israel, and a seperate one for doing jobs in Arab countries.
Today is no exception.
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